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A truly decisive election: A campaign unlike any other

... imported from poor nations, had taken its toll. The destructive effect of non-stop wars and military adventures, which destroyed thousands of the nation's young people, and wasted trillions of dollars in actions which made the country less secure, triggered ... ... decimated the old guard of the Republican Party on the way to his nomination, then repeated this in the general election. While Hillary Clinton arrogantly assumed she would be the inevitable victor, voters in states between the two coasts rejected her intent ...


“Rocket Man” Kim Jong-Un

“Rocket Man” Kim Jong-Un surely believes we are doing what Abe most feared! So does Vladimir Putin. In an article written two weeks ago but published only yesterday by the BESA Center for Strategic Studies and Linkedin, we made two points about North Korea. 1. That the president’s coercive diplomacy against North Korea worked temporarily. Since Sept. 15 there has been no launching of North Korean missiles. But we also warned that our foreign foes, particularly the North Koreans, but also the Russians...


Are Americans Destroying Themselves from Within, as Lincoln Feared?

... professionals to help ensure the safety of both US and Russian forces …until the final defeat of ISIS is achieved.” As Kortunov said, Syria was “a step in the right direction, but collaboration remains situational, not strategic.” Trump’s foe, Hillary Clinton, and her advisor, former acting CIA Director Mike Morell, had a very different agenda for Syria. In August 2016, Morell advocated “killing Russians” and “mak Russians pay a price.” A hawkish supporter of US military interventions ...


Claims of 'Russian Electoral Interference' Reveal Depth of US Political Crisis

... using Donald Trump, who has helped to spread a mood of protest and discontent in US society, while undermining its important institutions, including the electoral process itself. Asked to comment on the regularity and insouciance with which such accusations are now made, Fedor Lukyanov, director of the Valdai Discussion Club, told Sputnik that they are an indication that the US is in the midst of a serious political and social crisis. "One thing is clear," Lukyanov said. "The world ...


US election 2016: American reputation at stake

... that it triggers a negative impact on the reputation of the US democracy and elections abroad particularly in authoritarian, non-democratic regimes, and vulnerable democracies. Both the republican and democratic presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have a share in that negative impact. Trump’s locker room comments regarding women and subsequent allegations by various women regarding his sexual misconduct caused a scandal. For foreign audience, the serial allegations by those ...


Donald Trump Will Follow Barack Obama’s Footsteps

... cooperation with Iran and Russia, the two countries Leverett scares his readers with. Interventionist vs. Realist REUTERS/Carlos Barria Andrey Kortunov: Russia Bids Farewell to Obama: A Message to the New US President In Leverett’s assessment, Hillary Clinton, as the establishment’s candidate, will attempt to preserve the US primacy in the region, and her arrival in the White House will usher in the new era of liberal interventionism. It will primarily manifest in a revised policy on ...


Ode to Empire: Russian Lawmaker Lambasts Clinton's Article on US Exceptionalism

Konstantin Kosachev, head of the Russian Upper House's Foreign Affairs Committee, harshly criticized Hillary Clinton's article in Time magazine, titled "Why America is exceptional." He decried the all-American panegyric as a "perfect example of propaganda pertaining to social, racial, national, religious or linguistic superiority." ...


U.S. Diplomacy in the Shackles of Election Politics

... confrontation with Russia emerges perhaps as one of the key issues. However, no matter who wins the race – either Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump – Washington and Moscow will have to construct a pragmatic dialogue since it ... ... prove my point, let's take up my own foreign-ministerial experiences. George W. Bush officially became the 43rd president of the USA on January 20, 2001. In less than two months Russian Ambassador Yuri Ushakov was invited to the US Department of State and ...


Russia Bids Farewell to Obama: A Message to the New US President

... Russian-US cooperation does not mean that in choosing between Moscow and ISIS the US is siding with the terrorists. However, the refusal to cooperate with Russia is indicative: the US does not consider the ISIS threat dangerous enough to establish genuine partnership ... ... has run out. A great deal depends on the outcome of the presidential elections in the US. The positions of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Syria and the Middle East in general are far apart, at least judging by their rhetoric. That said, I will venture ...


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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
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    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
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